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"Riveting reading." -- The New Yorker.
"This is L'Amour's finest book." -- California Magazine --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
l'amor books are usually good. I have issue with his view on religion.Published 3 days ago by fergi
Probably one of the more philosophical of L'Amour's books, and also one of my favorites.Published 5 days ago by Joe Red
Surprised to find that L'Amour ventured outside the traditional western into elaborate histories of other cultures, mystical prose, and even some psychological introspection. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best ever written by Mr. glamour. What an awesome,ability he,possess to write in such a manner to keep his,readers constantly eager to turn the page!!!!Published 2 months ago by donnie williams
This author is always good and worth the money to get all his books.Published 3 months ago by william d. ott
I wish there could be a sequel for this novel. It is a "go-back-and-read-it-again" book. Highly, highly recommend this novel.Published 3 months ago by Sidney
This is the first Louis Lamour novel that I found disappointing. Johannes, the protagonist, gets beat up in a fight at school because he doesn't know how to fight a bigger opponent... Read morePublished 4 months ago by James Plante